Giving HPV jab to women with pre-cancerous cells on their cervix may ward off cancer, study suggests

Researchers at Imperial College London reviewed studies involving thousands of HPV-vaccinated women who had precancerous cells removed.  The findings, published in the British Medical Journal, suggest that those who received an additional HPV injection alongside treatment were around 60 percent less likely to develop worrying cells again.

Giving HPV vaccine to women with precancerous cells in the cervix may prevent cancer, study suggests The team examined data on women who had precancerous cells removed People who received the HPV vaccine were 60% less likely to develop worrying cells again Also three-quarters lower risk of developing HPV behind most cervical cancers By Emily …

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